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ilovepizza
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Is there a maxium number of "Float this threat to the top".

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Seems that I hit my limit at 34 floats per forum, General, understanding, ect. No more will go up. Do I need to bookmark or something? Options.

Message Edited by ilovepizza on 08-31-2007 08:04 AM
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ilovepizza
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Re: Is there a maxium number of "Floats"

I removed a bunch and I can fill it up again. I will start bookmarking instead. Is there a webpage that shows limits of bookmarks and floats and stuff?
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Re: Is there a maxium number of "Float this threat to the top".

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Hey Pizza!

I wasn't actually aware of any defined number for floats. I always assumed there was one, though. I highly suggest using bookmarks. If there is a maximum, it's much higher than floats, I'm sure.

I'll try to find out about the maximums and compile a thread with that sort of information, but I can't guarantee it will happen immediately. At this time, there's not a specific website for me to point you to that explains the maximums for bookmarks and floats.

Message Edited by Raine on 09-03-2007 11:14 AM
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Re: Is there a maxium number of "Float this threat to the top".

ok, thanks :smileyhappy:
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